Wine Spectator Review Rated 94 Rich and toasty, with a hint of berry and cherry flavors, this superb ros is silky in texture and bursting with energy. Harmonious, offering some depth and matur... Read More
Founded in A in 1584 by Pierre Gosset, Gosset is the oldest wine house in Champagne. It also remains one of the most prestigious, considered by many collectors and connoisseurs as the world’s ... Read More
Chiquetandrsquo;s Tradition emphasizes pinot meunier (45 percent), blended with chardonnay (35) and pinot noir. This release is mostly from the 2004 vintage, with small amounts of older wines ... Read More
In the Glass: Pale gold/yellow in colour, light, limpid and crystalline, fizzing with thousands of bubbles.
Nose: An open and expressive nose, with rich flavours of plump, ripe yellow stone fr... Read More
R de Ruinart Champagne, as with all Ruinart champagnes, is made with a high proportion of Chardonnay giving great finesse and elegance that's so characteristic of Ruinart champagnes, but the a... Read More
Lemon zest, yeast, hints of toasted nuts and a bit of oak. It is a round wine with a long, dry, crisp finish and a bit of sweetness.
Straw-yellow color, intense, bright and perfectly transp... Read More
Pale gold in colour with fine and persistent bubbles.
Delicate and fresh, with good complexity and notes of citrus and with fruit.
Fresh and supple upon entry with rounded... Read More
Aged to sublimate characteristics of an exceptional year, Brut Vintage 2005 is a true Blanc de Noirs. The vineyard used is called "Franc de Pied", increasing the original terroir characteristi... Read More
This jewel of a Champagne comes from a single grower based in the village of Vrigny on the Petite Montagne de Reims. Managed by Christine Marechal, Champagne Arlaux has sales of a mere 5,000 c... Read More